Friday, 18 November 2011 at 19:00 (GMT)
London, United Kingdom
18th November, 2011, 7pm
Theme: Economic Empowerment
Hosted by David Roberts - of Innovative Brand Solutions Ltd, and Carib Direct
Business Introductions - Business owners in attendance
Makuma Tshibuyi, young entrepreneur, owner of Modelling Agency L V Castings - sharing how and why she started in business at a very young age.
BE Team, Black Economics & Caribbean Food Emporium founder - sharing Olympic opportunities and the Co-operative of Black Economics
Kayode Olatuyi, KO Consultancy - Mentorships & Training - sharing how other ethnic communities ensure success.
Samantha Sutherland, founder of Start Up Great Britain, an Online Lettings Agency and Young Entrepreneurs Bootcamp - sharing how to get ahead and be successful in business in a short space of time.
Action Jackson, International Motivational Speaker - compelling you to acheive greater works, and motivating you to make your dreams come through.
When & Where
Black Economics studies wealth and poverty among black communities. It encourages everyone to understand the power of the black pound. Every body wants it, but is it helping to raise the economic status of those communities?
How communities can ensure growth in status.
We also host economic empowerment groups for all nationalities.
Contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org